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Coronavirus Australia news: COVID-19 deaths in the United States hit another one-day high as infections near 23 million




Questions from the audience

If you are fortunate enough to receive the Covid vaccine in Australia with a lower efficacy rate and then another vaccine with a higher efficacy rate becomes available, will you be able to have a “double dose” to improve your overall efficacy rate? Additionally, how would you know if a vaccine does give you ANY cover?


Morning, Trevor — this is a really interesting one.

For a bit of context for those reading, earlier this month the United Kingdom announced it would allow people to be given shots of different COVID-19 vaccines on rare occasions — for example, if the same vaccine dose was out of stock (you can read more on that here).

But there is a lack of evidence about the extent of immunity offered…

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